The Great North of Scotland Railway: A New History (Stenlake) HARDBACK

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A comprehensive history of the Great North of Scotland Railway which was formed in 1845 to link the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness. The company operated this important route, along with many branch lines in north east Scotland until the grouping of the railways in 1923. This book traces the company’s history through eight decades and looks at the effect it had on the development of the Scottish railway network. Well illustrated with archive black & white photographs and maps. 256 pages. Hardback. Published 2015.

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